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The wacky adventures of a nearly blind senior citizen with a great energy and sense of humor, who doesn't accept that he almost can't see, and whose imagination compensates when he drives or does anything else a person with normal vision can do. His wimpy nephew, Waldo, is afraid of telling his uncle the truth. Everyone around Mr. Magoo has reasons to be afraid and will suffer the consequences of Magoo's actions.Written by
Trust me, there is one reason and one reason only that these incredibly lame cartoons hung around TV in syndication for decades: THEY WERE CHEAP.
The ONLY good and memorable thing about this abysmal single-season hack job is the theme music and title sequence, which are really very good and which promise infinitely more fun that you will ever actually get watching these dull, amateurish cartoons. Compared with the truly classic and apparently immortal "Mr. McGoo's Christmas Carol," this is just sheer garbage to be avoided at all costs. Proof that even superior performing talent can never, ever overcome bad writing and and cheapjack production budgets.
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